D-1 before NAMM and Source Audio teases a new effect pedal in the upcoming One/Neuro series which will be officially introduced tomorrow in Anaheim.
The One series will include a delay pedal called Nemesis. It will offer a choice of 12 effects as diverse as sparkling digital delays, warmer analog versions, tape effects, reversed, octave, modulating, etc.
You can adjust on the pedal the time, feedback, mix, depth, modulation rate and effect intensity. A 4 user-preset memory is included as well as a tap tempo footswitch.
Nemesis also includes 5-pin DIN MIDI in and thru, stereo inputs and outputs and an expression pedal input.
A USB port allows for editing the effects from the Neuro software or app and get additional settings. You can also you the software to create and edit your own presets and, a new information, share them with the community.
Here’s a first demo of the Nemesis Delay pedal:
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